In this replay from the New Normal Summit by Powell Software, Hélène Deckx van Ruys and Karima Moudoub discuss why we don’t see more women in tech roles, and how to change this.
Increasing retention of staff and attracting new talent can be achieved by paying greater attention to diversity and inclusion, in particular the participation of women in technology. Helene and Karima, experts on the topic discuss how to increase the number of women in tech by overcoming unconscious bias and breaking through stereotypes to achieve equality. According to Helene and Karima, empowering women into tech careers and leadership roles starts with education, breaking down stereotypes, and creating a culture of inclusion.
Tune into this on-demand session and learn how to achieve a more inclusive workplace.
Hélène Deckx van Ruys
Hélène Deckx van Ruys is an experienced Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR) and D&I (Diversity and Inclusion) manager with a focus on gender equality and female empowerment. Co-leader of the Women in AI think tank, Hélène is passionate about building a better and more inclusive world by empowering women. She believes that by working together men and women have the power to achieve great things.
Karima Moudoub is a Business Development Manager for global cybersecurity company Fortinet, Diversity, and Inclusion lead for the International Association of Microsoft Channel Partners, and founder of the Women in Technology (WIT) Network France. She has a particular interest in Cybersecurity, Cloud Ecosystems, AI & is the founder of the Women in Tech Network France.